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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – All Continuous Improvisation

Stage 3 | Lesson: 28 | Step 5 – (Improvisation) There is an age old saying that says, ‘If you want to learn something, do it.’ Essentially if you’re trying to learn how to run, all the walking in the world isn’t going to teach you. You got to do it! This is exactly why this exercise is so fantastic in producing results and helping students break through sticking points!

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #6 – Comping Series 4: Solo Piano

Stage 3 | Lesson: 28 | Step 6 – (Repertoire) It’s hard to believe but a lot of solo piano involves comping for yourself. When you listen to this done on albums it’s so flawless that it blends right in. But this is a skill you’ll want to perfect in order to accompany the melody and your own playing as you’re playing solo piano.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Translating Ideas: Sixteenth Notes

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 3 – (Repertoire) We’re still building off of our previous rhythms by using sixteenth notes. This will be more challenging than the previous two but keep the tempo down at first so that you can actually utilize the 16th notes properly.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #4 – Comping Series 3: Textures

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 4 – (Repertoire) Creating contrasting textures in your comping is the name of the game. If you’re doing the same thing over and over again, your comping is going to get very boring. The textures taught in this step will ensure you have a plan and are always changing things up to keep it interesting.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Reharm Combination Line

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 2 – (Repertoire) Here is a great reharm combination line that will help your technique and allow you to hear the sound that is produced when improvising over a reharm combo.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – All Continuous Improvisation

Stage 3 | Lesson: 28 | Step 5 – (Improvisation) There is an age old saying that says, ‘If you want to learn something, do it.’ Essentially if you’re trying to learn how to run, all the walking in the world isn’t going to teach you. You got to do it! This is exactly why this exercise is so fantastic in producing results and helping students break through sticking points!

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #6 – Comping Series 4: Solo Piano

Stage 3 | Lesson: 28 | Step 6 – (Repertoire) It’s hard to believe but a lot of solo piano involves comping for yourself. When you listen to this done on albums it’s so flawless that it blends right in. But this is a skill you’ll want to perfect in order to accompany the melody and your own playing as you’re playing solo piano.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Translating Ideas: Sixteenth Notes

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 3 – (Repertoire) We’re still building off of our previous rhythms by using sixteenth notes. This will be more challenging than the previous two but keep the tempo down at first so that you can actually utilize the 16th notes properly.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #4 – Comping Series 3: Textures

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 4 – (Repertoire) Creating contrasting textures in your comping is the name of the game. If you’re doing the same thing over and over again, your comping is going to get very boring. The textures taught in this step will ensure you have a plan and are always changing things up to keep it interesting.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Reharm Combination Line

Stage 3 | Lesson: 27 | Step 2 – (Repertoire) Here is a great reharm combination line that will help your technique and allow you to hear the sound that is produced when improvising over a reharm combo.

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